He eventually gets locked up in chino, where he shares a cell with Billy Lancing, a black pool hustler from Seattle.
Polanski did 42 days of diagnostic testing in chino before being released on January 28, 1978.
She recovered and was soon seen in the company of El chino Antrax, emperor of the Los Antrax hit squad.
Several were of pairs of custom-made sneakers that say “chino” on the back of the left and “Antrax” on the back of the right.
He spent 42 days in chino State Prison for those tests, which also were favorable and recommended probation.
We bought a cow here to kill, and used the meat either fresh or dried, and then went on to the Williams, or chino ranch.
chino uttered a howl, but was violently restrained from bolting.
chino (Chinese) shops sell everything, but, aside from the fine stores on Central Avenue, are mostly devoted to native trade.
The chino family still exists, near Trent and has never spoken anything but Italian.
I hadn't never been ter a chino buryin' ground before, an' night time wasn't extree pleasant fer a foist introduce.
type of cotton twill cloth, 1943, from American Spanish chino, literally "toasted;" so called in reference to its usual color. Earlier (via notion of skin color) chino meant "child of one white parent, one Indian" (fem. china), perhaps from Quechua čina "female animal, servant." Sources seem to disagree on whether the racial sense or the color sense is original.